Showing, one job listing at a time, how toxic a JD is on the job market. Please don't go to law school.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Recent Grad needed for DC Law Frm. (WDC)

[Ed.-- Recent grad WANTED!  Not a law grad, of course, but a recent grad of something other than law.  Thx.]

Boutique litigation firm in Century City looking to hire a paralegal part-time.

We are a growing business litigation firm, with a diverse range of cases involving business transactions, real property disputes, and corporate disputes. Hours and schedule are flexible. Looking for someone part-time, and the schedule can vary based on your scheduling requirements.

We are looking for someone with substantial experience as a paralegal (4 years or more). The office environment is often high-pace, with things moving quickly. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, smart, and ambitious.

The workload will consist mostly of research assignments, drafting pleadings (complaints, motions, ex parte applications), drafting and responding to written discovery, etc. No attorneys or law students please.


Monday, January 5, 2015

Litigation Paralegal - Patent (Midtown)

[Ed.-- Back from the new year, and everybody still hates JD's!]

We are currently recruiting a mid-level patent litigation paralegal for a permanent opportunity with a premier boutique firm in Midtown Manhattan. Position will be focused on patent litigation work. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years (2) years of experience, some/most of which will have been gained in an AmLaw setting. Client will consider a candidate with AmLaw commercial lit experience as well. Personality and work-ethic are crucial for this position. A BA degree is required. Note: client will consider paralegals currently in-between positions, so long as they have very strong permanent experience.

This is a salaried position, and includes a full benefit package, as well as other perks.

In order to be considered, please submit a resume in MS Word format, and we will reach out with further details. Please note: sorry but no JD's will be considered for this role.